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Need To Be Vigilant And Follow Norms During Lockdown To Prevent Spread Of COVID19: Narendra Modi

Mumbai: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday said that negligence in personal and social behavior is increasing after ‘Unlock 1’ on June 1 and noted that there is a need to be vigilant and follow norms during lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

The Prime Minister said in an address to the nation that people should beware of coughs and colds during the rainy season.

“We are entering into unlock2. We are also entering a season where cold, cough, fever cases increase. I request citizens to take care of themselves. It is true that if we look at the death rate due to coronavirus, then India is in a better position than many countries of the world. Timely lockdown and other decisions have saved the lives of millions of people in India,” he said.

“Since unlock1, negligence in personal and social behavior is also increasing. At first, we were very cautious about the mask, about the two-yard distance, washing hands several times a day for 20 seconds. During the lockdown, the rules were followed seriously. Now governments, local bodies, and citizens need to show vigilance in the same way, “he said.

The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Monday released new guidelines for 2 unlock which will come into effect from 1 July. The new norms have extended the process of phased re-opening of activities, including the calibrated expansion of domestic flights and passenger trains.

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